Police News for Oct. 29

October 29, 2004

Juveniles stabbed in Lancaster

LANCASTER - Three juveniles were involved in a stabbing Wednesday night on Highland Avenue.

Two of the boys, both students at Garrard County High School, reportedly were seriously injured.

Ray Woolsey, school superintendent, said he was contacted Thursday morning by the high school.

"They were, of course, concerned for the boys. No one is yet aware, to my knowledge, what the incident was about," Woolsey said.

The Rev. Everett Priddy said members of his congregation prayed with one of the boys due to the seriousness of the injury. He did not know the condition of the boys as of this morning but will be visiting them today.


One victim is reportedly at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, while the other was transported to Lexington to undergo surgery.

The investigating officer with KSP in Richmond was unavailable for comment.

Tractor stolen from Danville man

Danville police are investigating the theft of a tractor from a Danville resident Sunday morning.

William R. Ziesmer of 390 Whirl-A-Way Drive told police that someone took his 1999 four-wheel drive Kubota tractor equipped a Bush Hog front-loader and Tuffline grade box.

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